“This time it is a single-phase sine wave off-grid control board, followed by a single-phase sine wave off-grid control board, then a three-phase sine wave off-grid control board, and finally a three-phase sine wave off-grid control board. We hope that everyone will support it. All solutions use PIC microcontrollers.
Let me talk about my purpose in making a grid-connected inverter. I want to achieve the function of “feedback electronic load”. Because aging inverters or aging switching power supplies, everyone uses resistors as loads and wastes power. I think to collect this electrical energy and feed it to the input end of our power supply equipment in the form of an inverter grid connection. This forms a cyclic aging product. Theoretically, full-power aging products do not consume electricity. Actually, the loss of machinery and equipment needs to be supplemented, so the feedback electronic load can collect 90% of the electrical energy. This is my goal, and we also need your strong support! If you want to make a grid-connected inverter, you must do a good off-grid inverter. Not much to say, first look at the schematic diagram of the single-phase off-grid sine wave control board.”